When I ﬁrst started using Google Docs, my favorite feature was “smart” autosaving. “Smart” because it’s not just an interval, but also based on content changes. Today, almost all popular web-based text editors have both autosaving (WordPress, Medium, etc.) and rich text formatting (think [f]CKEditor and TinyMCE a decade ago).
I think Twitter should have a concept of sub-accounts. It’s not smart to create a Twitter account for every small project, but it’s often a necessity for support or a social media presence. In my case, I have a Twitter account, and so does Oswald Labs (which makes complete sense since it’s a company and I’m just a small part of it).
When you’re advertising your smartphone app, perhaps the ﬁrst thing you show off are platform badges. They’re the easiest and most familiar way to tell users where they can ﬁnd your app. All major platforms, Apple’s App Store, Google Play, and Microsoft Store have ofﬁcial badges which are somewhat consistent with each other.